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Sep 17, 2010 5:00am EDT
, virginia where they are from. >> he was always there for her. if she had to go in an ambulance or anything, he rode with her. he never left her side. i told her when i seen him walking her out that she had a great son. you don't find too many sons like that. >> reporter: his 84-year-old mother was identified as jean davis. the family of jean davis wanted to make sure she got the best care in the world so they made sure she came to hopkins. her other son only made sense of this saying that his brother could not bear to see their mother suffer. >> reporter: police are calling this a murder-suicide involving the son of a patient. paul pardus' brother alvin gibson said he spoke to pardus on sunday after their mother underwent surgery for back problems. gibson says his brother was upset and told him the surgery did not turn out the way that doctors told him it would. gibson says his brother was very fond of their mother. she suffered from back problems, and her operation was not successful. news that was devastating to pardus. >> they were really, really close. he would do anything he
Sep 3, 2010 5:00am EDT
also into virginia as well. we'll get the action throughout the day. the winds will be picking up along the coast. they say 25 to 30 miles per hour with gusts maybe up to 50. then we could be seeing rip currents as well. that's why we need you to stay out of the water. as we go throughout the day, we'll be updating you on this information. let me go ahead and show enthusiasm as well. we are looking it he satellite. well, i wanted to show that you. i'll show that you later. let me tell enthusiasm as well. if you -- tell you this as well. if you want to do a live chat, we have that as well on ask any type of questions that you have. right now, let's send you up to new york for tech bytes. >> reporter: in today's tech bytes, the latest tablet computer has made its debut. the samsung galaxy is available now inly. it has a screen and has a cellular connection. it's expected to come to the u.s. in a few months after samsung works out deals with service carriers about. >>> facebook is fighting phishing scams. user can lock out anyone they want. facebook users have been plag
Sep 30, 2010 5:00am EDT
south to near norfolk virginia. that heavy rain slug is continuing to build in our direction. we have ponding on the roadways. check this out. look at the bottom of the screen. into midnight, 1.8 inches of rain. i'm talking about another additional 14 to 20 hours of rainfall, there's no doubt there's going to be rainfall amounts in maryland that top the 5 inch mark. that's going to be a hard push for a lot of the storm drain systems and levees and dams to handle. we have a potential severe flooding situation, in addition to the severe weather of the possible tornados. more on the forecast coming up, right now, a traffic issue out there. here's kim with the latest. >> sherrie johnson gave out good advice, make sure you have a lot of braking room between you and the vehicle in front of you. if somebody hits a plane of standing water and hydroplanes or if someone decides they can't continue on driving, be sure you're not going to be caught up in that. let's look at our cameras and maps, we have several incidents working, i-70 eastbound closed between the patapsco river bridge and the col
Sep 24, 2010 5:00am EDT
way. the front slides to the south. maryland and virginia, could be wet as we go through the afternoon. then through sunday and make a return back in our direction and end wet. 93 that's our guarantee but we're within reach, two notches away from the record high of 95. we should start to dry things out and not fog with clouds down to 6 #. we should see a partly sunny day to 84 degrees. take you down and cooler with maybe the chance of rain on sunday. check on that forecast in a couple of minutes. now let's look at the fog and roads and traffic. >> thank you, justin. we're getting reports of fog on the i-70 corridor between columbia pike and be careful, keep the speeds down. do not cut on your high beams because that reflects the lights back at you through the fog. as we look here at 95, 195, traffic is good. and not really any delays. the fog is hovers over -- hovering over the road. that's off to the shoulder. traffic will be okay on the outer loop. a four-minute trip. and no issues on the top side. back to you. >> thank you. >>> and entertainment news, he gained fame sellin
Sep 28, 2010 5:00am EDT
through southeast virginia. this is what is going to pivot up in our direction. we're on the warm unstable side of things. area of low pressure to our west will continue to wrap up and bring in drier winds once we head into the afternoon. there's a break in the cloud line, southwestern virginia, that swings through here by lunchtime and the afternoon we should get sun. overall the big pattern highlights this one big storm dominating the eastern seaboard, once that passes through there's another wave of low pressure that is going to catch the tail end of this boundary and ride back up the east coast. that is going to hit us pretty hard with more heavy rain and possible flooding as we head through thursday. we have a flood watch that extends on in through 8:00 this morning. and band of rain will be swinging its way through. during the morning hours and by this afternoon should be passing across the eastern shore and lifting to our north. we should get some dry air here and sunshine but still an isolated storm that could pop up as we head into the afternoon. look at the tail end of the bounda
Sep 1, 2010 5:00am EDT
to virginia beaches. it's creeping up the coast. it's a matter of timing and expecting conditions within the next 36-48 hours as we're a day and a half away from the storm impact us weather-wise. waves will build up today and tomorrow and then really especially as they head through friday morning. there's hurricane earl, fiona lagging behind. winds now 125 miles per hour. it's a category 3 storm, weaker than it was just yesterday, but it's still a major hurricane and still chugging to the northwest at 14 miles per hour, which means it's a fast-moving system and although it's slowing down a little bit, it's still expected to be a fast pass as it rolls up the east coast. that was a fast transition. i want to show you what we're expecting. winds forecast to be 120 miles per hour when it's off the north carolina coastline, and the actual hurricane force winds in this deeper shading here, it's 90 miles across clipping the outer banks, will it clip ocean this? the next time frame is the evening hours through saturday morning. we're right on the edge in ocean city, nearly nothing to be e
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